Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year. Everyone is starting to think of Christmas and the holiday traditions are beginning. Last year around this time I was given the opportunity to review Thanksgiving Copywork by Amy Blevins (you can find her at Homeschool Encouragement among other places.) and AJ really enjoyed it. So this year I started to print off a few pages for AJ to complete, then I found out that the Thanksgiving Copywork had been revamped. Amy graciously gave me a copy of the new version to review.
What is Thanksgiving Copywork?
What we thought.
The new version is even better than before. My only complaint for the previous one was that it was only available in print. That is no longer the case. Now I am able to have AJ practice a variety of different ways. The passages vary in length so I can pick appropriately based on how much time we have. She still enjoys coloring the pictures after she is finished and showing off her work. My favorite part is that while she is practicing her penmanship, spelling, vocabulary, and grammar, she is learning God’s word. We all need to be reminded to give thanks, and these copywork pages bring the subject to life in a simple fun way.